Earth Day, which is celebrated on April 22nd, promotes environmental protection, encouraging people to keep a clean, healthy habitat for the species residing on this planet. This year marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, and its theme is “Restore Our Earth,” which is based on the emerging concept that rejects the idea that our only two options to save Earth are to diminish or adapt to the impacts of climate change and other types of environmental damage. Climate change has become more of a pressing issue in the last decade, and it will likely continue to be the most challenging environmental problem we will face in the future. Teaching students about Earth Day is important in order for future generations to preserve the land which we live on. Education is the most powerful catalyst for change.
Teaching About Earth Day
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